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  1. #11
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    Apr 2015
    Yorkshire, England

    Use your live usb to boot.
    mkdir ~/mnt
    sudo mount /dev/sda1 ~/mnt
    The folder ~/mnt/home/* should be of use just retrieve the files you need to the cloud or another usb stick. Looking at your fdisk output is probably not sda1, but 2 or 3 is what you require. If you were setup with a seperate home partition then the folder ~/mnt/* is where to start looking

  2. #12
    By any chance, did you mess with the repos and then try a dist-upgrade or upgrade ? It often breaks Kali. Watching a movie is fine, daily usage is okay on Kali accept installing new apts or updating drivers. It's meant to be quite flexible, meaning, people can modify the kernel and the OS itself. No more digression,

    Firstly tell us where is the booting not taking place. If it's stuck at the login screen, pretty sure, there's something wrong the apps installed. If you are stuck at grub, again, it can either be windows or your apps. Clarify your issue further and be polite mostly.

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  3. #13
    As I didn't read your further clarification, this is mostly a kernel issue. Next time don't try to mess with repos and install something like arch/Ubuntu/mint for trivial things

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